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alec farrell Jul 15
Animals are often the most notable examples of over exploitation, but with 1 billion people suffering from chronic hunger, the role of forests for timber must not overshadow their important contribution to feeding many of the world's poorest communities
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Jessica Haines 14 Jan 16
One of very few live conch still found in the Bahamas
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Isabelle M Côté 8 Jun 18
Replying to @cathmckenna
I'm a swimmer, diver, and lover of all things coastal too. But I'm also a marine conservation ecologist, and I can tell you that is NOT the #1 threat facing the ocean!
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UNEP/CMS 1 Jul 14
Countries need to strengthen capacities to implement to prevent of endangered .
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Valeria Aschero Aug 28
At #10 Majestic, ancient conifer araucana, , survives gales, landslides, fire, avalanches & volcanoes but endangered by changing land use, & . Pic: FHiraldo
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Know Your #SDGs 🇳🇬 3 Mar 17
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Jamie McDevitt-Irwin 8 Jun 18
Happy ! 🌊🌎 I've seen a lot on my feed about but this is NOT the no.1 threat to oceans. Let's focus on public outreach about minimizing impact on and !
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GEF 26 May 14
: Natural capital is quickly deteriorating due to and . We need solutions.
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Jaguza   Livestock 28 May 18
Some of the main threats to aquatic life are: 🐟 🐙 🐠 This can be curbed down by adopting the new technologies of modern farming and fleeing from environmental depredation activities.
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Moreno Di Marco 22 May 18
Now out in : "Global mismatch of and on drivers of loss". Research needs realignment to match drivers' severity and inform policy. More work needed on and interaction between drivers
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Soraya N. 19 Feb 17
When become and self-, the is protected from and
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Sustainable Houbara Management Aug 1
is a grave reminder that we need to curb of the earth's resources and species. Threatened species, like the , need to be managed sustainably.
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BienEtreAnimal 14 Oct 15
evening of the death of , the shows had started again. No mourning, any time of silence were granted to the orphans
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FAO GFCM Jun 3
can only become if we stop . This will be discussed at the Conference starting next week in
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Valeria Aschero Aug 28
At #6: iconic cupressoides (local name ), the longest-lived tree. Important but now by & forest fires. pic: DAlarcón
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Nakawe Project Sep 12
The UN is currently starting a 2 year process aiming to establish new, updated agreements to protect the high seas from over-exploitation. Photo: luminousdeep .
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EJF Deutschland 8 Sep 15
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Living Planet Index Oct 30
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Nakawe Project 12 Jul 18
Replying to @NakaweProject
Through restrictions imposed on certain types of gears and bait, this enables fishing communities to the on which they depend on for whilst ensuring that do not suffer from
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Ronny Jumeau 21 Feb 18
For a small developing state like us, the ocean is our today and for our children, and threats such as , , illegal activities and are at the forefront of our action - Vice-President at
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